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  1. Hi, I'm trying to query the variable "Weight" and if it has the content "50" I want to define a new variable: "Stamp" with the content "internal". Is WCMATCH the right command for this? (if (= wcmatch Weight "50") (progn (setq stamp "intern"))) (princ)
  2. Hi Guys, I have several layouts when drawing, which also have different names. I want to save in a Lisp all layouts that start with a specific name in a certain folder as PDF. I am new in lisp, but i have managed to write a lisp that selects the correct location for me. Unfortunately only all layouts are printed. (defun c:Dokument_Export () (command "-EXPORT" "PDF" "ALLE" (strcat (substr (getvar "DWGPREFIX") 1 70) "\\08_Auftragsbestätigung\\" (strcat (substr (getvar "DWGNAME")
  3. Hi all, is there a way to define a property filter for lyers to exclude some patterns? (Assume you want to hide layers starting with "3D ", which the matching pattern in wcmatch function is "~3D *"...) Any help is appreciated.
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